PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE (SELECTED)

CONTEMPORARY JEWISH MUSEUM, San Francisco, CA
Youth Programs Manager, 2017 – Present

MORE ART, New York City, NY
Artist and Community Programs Coordinator, 2017

THE MUSEUM OF MODERN ART, New York City, NY
Family Programs Educator, 2015 – 2017

QUEENS MUSEUM, Queens, NY
Museum Educator, 2013 – 2017

NO LONGER EMPTY, New York City, NY
Interim Director of Education and Public Engagement, 2016

BROOKLYN MUSEUM, Brooklyn, NY
School, Youth, and Family Programs Educator Fellow, 2012 – 2013

 PRESENTATIONS, LECTURES, PANELS, WORKSHOPS, AND DISCUSSIONS (SELECTED)

2018
Panelist, Diasporic Print Space, New York Art Book Fair   
Lecture, Cooper Hewitt Conversations, Cooper Hewitt, Smithsonian Design Museum
Moderator, Dialogues in Diaspora, KULARTS
Facilitator, Carlos Villa: Worlds in Collision, Berkeley Art Museum and Pacific Film Archive
Jury, Artists-in-Residence, Textile Arts Center NYC
Presenter, Critical Craft: Decolonizing Craft, College Art Association (CCA) Annual Conference 2018
Presenter, ICI 2018 Curatorial Intensive Public Symposium, Contemporary Arts Center New Orleans

2017
Presenter, Filipino American International Book Festival 2017, San Francisco Public Library
Presenter, Art Schools Collaborative 2017, Haystack Mountain School of Crafts
Presenter, A museum for bargain shoppers: Bringing community-responsive curatorial education platform to the street, NYC Museum Educator Roundtable (NYCMER) Conference 2017
Visiting Speaker, University of Illinois at Chicago (UIC)
Visiting Speaker, School of the Art Institute of Chicago (SAIC)
Lecture, Woven Constellation: Decolonizing Philippine Textiles, The Field Museum
Panelist, Building MASS Action (Museum as Site for Social Action), Open Engagement 2017
Jury, Artists-in-Residence, Textile Arts Center NYC
Presenter, Asian American Activism Roundtable, Museum of Chinese in America (MOCA)
Presenter, Arts Future NYC: Careers in the Arts Fair, The New School Parsons School of Design
Presenter, Wild Tongues": Creating Spaces for Multilingual Voices in Museums, NAEA Pre-conference 2017
Participant,  Museums as Sites for Social Action (MASS Action), Minneapolis Institute of the Arts
Panelist, Black Ink Zine Panel at Brown Paper Zine & Small Press Fair, MoCADA Museum

2016
Moderator, Irresistible Revolution: On Fiber Art and Political Activism, Textile Arts Center
Speaker, Art After Trump: A Response and a Gathering, HousingWorks Bookstore Cafe
Presenter, El Salon Potluck: Decolonize This Place, Artists Space
Panelist, What's It Worth: Values and Making Some Money, Queens Museum
Presenter, Professional collectives as new learning models, AAM Annual Conference 2016
Presenter, Translating Power: Intersections between Language, Hearing, and Identity, NYC Museum Educator Roundtable (NYCMER) Conference 2016

2015
Speaker, Three Days of Reading Rizal, Filipino American Museum, Bowery Poetry Club
Presenter, From the Inside Out: Developing Diversity within Museums for Cultural Inclusion, NYC Museum Educator Roundtable (NYCMER) Conference 2015

WRITINGS + OTHER PUBLISHED WORKS

“Required Reading: A Visual Art Portfolio,” New Life Quarterly, Fall 2018
“Introduction to Filipino American Writers,” Mabuhay Magazine, June 2018
“Textiles of the Philippines,” Culture Lab Manifesto Playbook. Published by Smithsonian Asian Pacific American Center. 2018
“Architecture of Precarity: A Conversation Between Sherwin Rio and PJ Gubatina Policarpio,” Filipino American Artist Directory. 2018
The Air Sheets Issue 3. Edited by Sorry Archive. 2017
LOVE FOR LOVE / HATE FOR HATE: A Glossary for Our Time. Edited by Beverly Acha. 2017
Textiles of the Philippines: A Resource Coloring Book. 2016
Engaging Multilingual Students: An Educator's Guide. artmuseumteaching.com. 2015
What's the Risk? Reflections on a #MuseumThrowdown. artmuseumteaching.com. 2014

PRESS + INTERVIEWS